IPL 2022, PBKS vs. DC

Delhi Capitals captain Rishabh Pant has said he was happy to record back-to-back wins for the first time in IPL 2022 after his side beat PBKS by 17 points on Monday. Pant admitted that they wanted to stay consistent all the time, but in the end, they got everything right on the business side.

Delhi Capitals (DC) retained its Indian Premier League (IPL) The fate of the 2022 Playoffs is in their hands with an easy 17 point win over Punjab Kings (PBKS) on Monday in Game 64 of the current edition at Dr DY Patil Sports Academy, Mumbai. They limited PBKS to 142/9 after going 159/7 at bat first. Notably, with the win, DC, for the first time this season, won back-to-back games. They beat Rajasthani Royals (RR) by eight wickets in their last encounter.

Speaking at the post-match presentation, Rishab Panting, the skipper of DC, was satisfied with the performance of his team. Pant also mentioned that they won back-to-back matches at the right time, which would definitely help going forward.

“Throughout the tournament we lost one and won one game. That’s something we wanted to change as a team and we did that,” Pant said during the after-game presentation. match.

“The only process was to go deeper with the spinners getting help and we saw the same pattern happen with the other team as well. We’ll assess the wicket and see how it goes (next game).”

Also, when asked about Prithvi Shaw’s availability, Pant said they don’t know about her physical condition yet. “We will hear in a few days (regarding Prithvi Shaw’s injury update),” he added.

Following the result, DC skipped Bangalore Royal Challengers (RCB) to claim fourth place. They have now won seven matches and lost six, like those of RCB, but boast a better net run rate. PBKS, on the other hand, remained in seventh place, with six wins and seven losses.

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